War By Media by John Pilger

‘War by Media’

On 14 April 2006, the Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University in New York brought together John Pilger, Seymour Hersh, Robert Fisk and Charles Glass for a discussion entitled ‘Breaking the Silence: War, lies and empire’.

The following is a transcript of John Pilger’s address Continue reading

London-Venezuela Oil Deal: Just The Ticket

Tuesday, Feb 20, 2007


Probably no international agreement has been quite so unusual as the deal being signed today between Ken Livingstone, London’s mayor, and the European branch of Venezuela’s state oil company. Continue reading

Venezuelan Colloquial Spanish for English Speakers

Venezuelan Spanish Dictionary

for English Speakers

Original work by
Daniel Castro Pumarega.

Translations by Tio Catire Continue reading

The People or The White House. You decide.

Political rhetoric vs real people and real life in Venezuela. Has the white house propaganda machine spun one tall tale too many? Views on the street from Caracas. Continue reading

What Communism Still Teaches Us —Václav Havel

The fall of communism was an opportunity to create more effective global political institutions based on democratic principles — institutions that could stop what appears to be, in its current form, the self-destructive tendency of our industrial world. If we do not want to be overrun by anonymous forces, the principles of freedom, equality and solidarity must start working globally. Continue reading

Media Burn: Ant Farm

Chip Lord (b1944, USA), Doug Michels (1943 – 2003, USA), Curtis Schreier (b1944, USA)

Excerpts from Ant Farm’s classic video art piece examining and satirizing the media, particularly the impact of television. Continue reading

Anti-Film

Détournement of images with writings of Guy Debord

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